The 760i model offers 20 per cent more engine power, 40 per cent more torque and 20 per cent lower fuel consumption than the previous 750 model. It is able to work hard even with low engine revs with maximum torque on tap from almost the idle position.
The compact unit measures 3.08m long and 1.4m wide. Power is supplied by a Kohler KDI engine developing 57hp (42kW) at 2,200rpm and meeting the latest Tier 4 Final emission regulations.
Hydrostatic transmission provides a maximum travel speed of 30kmph. The auxiliary hydraulic system can supply oil flow of up to 80 litres per minute for powering a large range of attachments.